18 More Cities to Get Sprint 4G This Summer

Sprint has been hard at work rolling out the U.S.’s first 4G wireless network. The new network, based on WiMAX technology, is currently available in a select number of markets, with many more on the way. On that note, Clear, who is Sprint’s partner in crime, has put out a press release today with a whole new bunch of cities that will be blanketed with 4G coverage over the summer. This means that more people will be able to take advantage of the EVO 4G, which is expected to launch in June. The press release also mentions Comcast’s involvement.

The list:

  • Kansas City, KS
  • Rochester, NY
  • Syracuse, NY
  • Orlando, FL
  • Tampa, FL
  • Jacksonville, FL
  • Daytona, FL
  • Nashville, TN
  • St. Louis, MO
  • Salt Lake City, UT
  • Merced, CA
  • Modesto, CA
  • Stockton, CA
  • Visalia, CA
  • Wilmington, DE
  • Grand Rapis, MI
  • Eugene, OR
  • Yakima and Tri-Cities, WA

With the above cities added to the current list of 4G markets, Sprint’s plan to cover 120 million people with 4G by year’s end doesn’t seem too far off.

[Via AndroidCentral]

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    • JoshM
      May 07, 03:37 Reply

      They plan on adding Denver. Those were just new cities they plan to add that weren't previously available to the public.

    • JoshM
      May 07, 03:37 Reply

      They plan on adding Denver. Those were just new cities they plan to add that weren't previously available to the public.

    • ex tmo customer
      June 23, 16:48 Reply

      too bad half the time I try to use 3g on Tmo my phone is on 2g Edge. Sprints 3g coverage is much more consistent.

  1. jauxpa
    May 13, 21:11 Reply

    denver is in colorado…duh!


    • chucks30
      June 07, 01:26 Reply

      umm…I think they meant where is Denver on THE LIST, not on the map. (duh!!)

      • wapa
        June 24, 20:34 Reply

        you are obviously sarcasm impaired

  2. outbout242
    June 07, 23:14 Reply

    Rochester NY and Syracuse NY?!?! Nothing for NYC or Buffalo NY, you know..the 2 BIGGEST cities in NY!

    • Dlaniger716
      September 12, 17:43 Reply

      I was thinking the same thing like cmon wtf Sprint get it together

  3. Zach
    June 28, 23:17 Reply

    What about Louisville, Cincinnati, and Indianapolis?

    • Dalekyarng
      March 20, 17:26 Reply

      Hello- Louisville is paying for 4g service and we are not getting it.. when will it be here?

      Smells like a lawsuit to me.. Paying for a service not offered. That is BS>

  4. Phillip Hubbard
    July 05, 16:01 Reply

    Even if the T Mobile 3G is better than 4G (which I doubt), The EVO 4G blows away anything T Mobile has to offer. This is coming from a past T Mobile customer of 4 years who purchased the HD2 and took it back a week later. I have the EVO and it is no comparison between the 2 phones, unless you want to watch both Transformers movies on your phone…

  5. khay
    July 13, 17:43 Reply

    thank you so much for info. nice post :p

  6. usmc
    October 22, 14:46 Reply

    Is it true that Buffalo NY is getting 4G this February?

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